Fangzhou Liu

Fangzhou Liu
Huazhong University of Science and Technology | hust

Doctor of Philosophy
liufangzhou@hust.edu.cn

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Introduction
Leader consultation and endorsement, creativity and innovation

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According to the theory of mutual constitution of culture and psyche, just as culture shapes people, individuals' psychological states can influence culture. We build on compensatory control theory, which suggests that low personal control can lead people to prefer societal systems that impose order, to examine the mutual constitution of personal c...
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Why do employees voice ideas for constructive changes in their organization and then fail to pursue those changes? To answer this question, we examined how individuals’ voice experiences with managers influence their initiative in pursuing constructive changes. Viewing the voicer-manager dyad as the basic unit of analysis, we propose that (in)congr...
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Creativity, or the generation of novel and useful ideas or products, is widely viewed as the cornerstone of organizational innovation and success. However, high pressure to be creative may have mixed implications for employee creativity. In this article, we first systematically conceptualize the nature of the concept of creative performance pressur...
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Although the challenge-hindrance stressor model (CHSM) proposes that work stressors can be clearly divided into challenge and hindrance stressors, there has been mixed support for the model and some researchers have called for moving away from the current CHSM to an appraisal-based approach. Thus, we conducted a comprehensive literature review to a...
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Researchers have paid much attention to the performance implications of authoritarian leadership. However, less effort has been devoted to exploring its ethical consequences at work. Drawing on the social cognitive theory of morality, this study explores the indirect relationship between authoritarian leadership and subordinates’ unethical pro-orga...
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Idiosyncratic deals (‘i‐deals’, which include customized work arrangements and resources) have been found to motivate R&D employees. However, less effort has been devoted to exploring the uncertain consequences of receiving i‐deals at work, such as violation of leaders’ orders to stop working on certain new ideas (creative deviance). Drawing on the...
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Employee voice can be beneficial and critical for organizational success. However, evidence shows that power and position create a ‘leaders’ bubble’ that is hard to penetrate unless leaders proactively solicit voice from employees. Drawing on the situated focus theory of power and supervisor‐subordinate goal‐congruence literature, we hypothesize th...

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